**8 times table**

**8**x 1 =**8**.**8**x 2 = 16.**8**x 3 = 24.**8**x 4 = 32.**8**x 5 = 40.**8**x 6 = 48.**8**x 7 = 56.**8**x**8**= 64.

### what are the 8 times tables?

**8 times table**

- x 8 = 8.
- x 8 = 16.
- x 8 = 24.
- x 8 = 32.
- x 8 = 40.
- x 8 = 48.
- x 8 = 56.
- x 8 = 64.

### what are the 9 times tables?

**9 times table**

### what are the 7 times tables?

**7 times table**

### What is the best way to teach a child times tables?

**9 top tips for teaching a child times tables**

### How do you multiply with your fingers?

Steps Hold your hands out in front of you with your palms facing up. Each of your ten fingers represent a number. Point the finger you want to multiply by nine down towards your body. Solve the problem by counting fingers to the left and right. Try this with other multiples of nine.

### Is there a trick for 6 times tables?

Not easy for every kid, but maybe it’ll work for yours. Probably, it’s easier to use this trick : 6 times something is 5 times somthing, plus another something. So to work out 6 x 7, I’d remember 5 x 7 is 35, then add another 7 to get 42. Or to find 6 x 12, I’d remember 5 x 12 is 60, then add another 12 to get 72.

### What is the table of 20?

Multiplication Table of 20 20 X 20 20 X 40 20 X 60 20 X 80 20 X 100

### What can equal 1000?

1000 (number) ← 999 1000 1001 → Cardinal one thousand Ordinal 1000th (one thousandth) Factorization 23 × 53 Divisors 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 10, 20, 25, 40, 50, 100, 125, 200, 250, 500, 1000